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Old 12-03-2012, 11:35 PM   #1
SandrA9810
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Essay writing, agreeing with two different points of view

So there was an in class essay today, but it kind of threw me for a loop on how to respond to it. We're given a prompt, then we have to either agree or disagree, and write a standard MLA style paper.

Today's prompt was "How Americans Learn." The statement was, some people believe that people learn best in a classroom. However, others believe people learn best in real life situations.

Since the author doesn't explicitly say which side he agrees with, I don't know if I did my thesis right. I agree with both sides, it takes a little bit of both. School is more black and white, there's right and wrong. While real life is shaded in gray, and there isn't always one right or wrong way to do something.

Did I do it wrong? Is it possible to agree with both sides?
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